If money is the only thing standing between your dreams of studying abroad then there's no excuse not to book your next trip because there are plenty of ways to make money while living in another country. However if you're still in the planning stages, check out “How To Save For Future Travel” and “6 Proven Ways to Afford Study Abroad” on the Globally Abroad blog.
Traveling abroad is an opportunity that most students regret not taking while in college. Just a few of the perks of traveling abroad while in school is that it's often much cheaper and allows more opportunity to easily meet people, and make connections.
One thing that is not focused on much when internationally traveling is jet lag, its effects, and preventative measures. Jet lag is not a serious issue that requires any medical attention. It is simply a bodily state resulting from prompt travel to a drastically different time zone. You won’t be feeling jet-lagged traveling from Connecticut to California… but more so when you’re traveling to Europe from the States. If you choose to study abroad, which is always an international outing,